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marketas kind of been quietly supporting some of e economic data, you had last week's jobless cla improving a little bit. and this number, i don't think there is wide expectations, 100, 120,000 which will be consistent with what the economy is doing in the gdp and 1.will to 3% range. but those are fundamentals that could support a higher equity prices, so until you see a few months of negative numbers or much lower numbers from job growth and gdp slipping below 1%, i think buying on dips and you know, watching the market kind confi creep higher is the game plan. >> scott, you mentioned are you looking at opportunities. and you may have an opportunity later this week when the market reopens. what-- what ought you to be looking at? >> well, some of the sectors that we like are tied to the cyclicality of the economy. i any we're going to continue at a modest or slow gdp pace here in the states. i think globally the recovery is going to continue a little bit slower than it has been. in the past. but still continuing forward. so things like the consumer discretionary sector still like technology
deck cla r declarations, which speeds up red tape, bureaucratic issues to get money to the states, allows states to spend money that they don't have because the federal government will back them up. stuff like that. then there is getting the briefings from his national security team, sort of the homeland domestic security team. that's john brennan. janet napolitano, and then of course chris fugate who is the head of fema but he was brought in as sort of -- he was jeb bush's head of emergency planning in florida during that period, if you recall, when florida went through four hurricanes. all of the other states didn't seem to do it and this guy was seen as nonpartisan super emergency management person, if you will. and that's the guy running fema. the president is getting constant updates. you've got to wait it out. you've got to find out a middle storm. and you're managing and brought everything in and waiting for the storm to pass to figure out, okay, how bad is the cleanup? right now it's just hunker down. >> hold on. we got an update. sandy is now a post tropical cyclone, stil
that are building an economy that works for the middle cla class as we dig our way out of a deep hole. what is your response to those questioning the validity? >> that's really interesting because i happened to see one of those chicago guys last night. i was with david axelrod. i asked him what do you expect about the jobs numbers? he says, i really don't know. we're hoping it will be good. so, you know, it doesn't surprise me that romney supporters are now going to take this very good news for the economy and for americans and say somehow the books were cooked. they just cannot stand, and they haven't been able to tolerate any good news about the economy, that somehow -- they've got to put a spin on it. so this is excellent news. i want to tell you, i will trade a not so great performance in a debate for great job numbers in terms of how this affects the american economy and the american people. >> congresswoman, the romney campaign has issued their own statement saying this isn't a real recovery. saying, if not for all the people who have simply dropped out of the labor force, the real unemployme
solution, you may end up with a total cla calamity. you have to be ready to find common ground. kennedy felt that way. everything we know from the soviet union proves that khrushchev felt the same way. how fortunate were we those were the two people. how fortunate that they were the two people in charge at a moment like that in u.s. world history. >> and not fidel castro. may i say one more thing to close out the point that jim and i were making. is it even wonder then given what we've said about fidel castro's behavior especially on that last day, black saturday, is it any wonder that khrushchev was suddenly in a great hurry to settle the crisis peacefully? he did that by the next day. he could have gotten a better deal from kennedy especially with regard to the jupiters and turkey. khrushchev was in a hurry. he was desperately afraid that he was playing with fire. fidel had some responsibility for the shoot down of the u-2. fidel wrote the bizarre letter advocating a preemptive nuclear attack. and perhaps worst of all if it's possible, soviet commanders on the ground in cuba were losi
-- green beret with the utah army national guard who was in charge of a 1mbit cu tat cla fohae ltyan ststhhe arrived in february, there was already pressure from the state department to shrink the size of the security force on the ground and we're going to hear more about that later on today when he testifies in a w hours. back to y. gren:yor sty. >>aneye etof e arinton and the u.n. ambassador, susan rice. so what are they going to say? there is a separation between those two and the rest of the state department andhe white house? what side will they be on? >> steve: because to many, it looks like there has bee some sort of cer-up gngnnd heen acry e,thihent auhe wants to run for president, is a full blown scandal. but that's what -- >> gretchen: the last thing president obama wants as well is a full blown scandal 27 days from t election. >> steve: sure. but the thing is if her state department is out the, y ow pinroan abthiewht wt, on thing that hillary is on the griddle for responsibility wise is the security. would they all be dead today if they had the proper security? a lot of pe
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